The American Academy of Dermatology has reiterated the importance and safety of sunscreens for protection against skin damage, highlighting the effectiveness of nanotechnology and stating that new FDA regulations will be of great help.
At a time when nanotechnology has come under further scrutiny in the cosmetics industry, scientists from UCLA have developed a novel screening technology that can quickly assess the properties of metal-oxide nanomaterials.
In the latest instalment of Cosmetics Design’s exclusive report from the Brussels headquarters of Cosmetics Europe, the personal care association told us that whilst nanotechnology is important in the industry’s future, there is still work to be done.
Scientists in Sweden have shown that it is possible to sort and count nanoparticles, even once they have formed aggregates, which could be of importance in the cosmetics industry particularly for sunscreen formulators.
A new study has found that dermatologists have little or no experience of nanotechnology however they do appreciate the potential of the science and are eager to become more educated in the area, particularly as it could have benefits in preventing and...
A new study by the American Academy of Dermatology has further emphasized the importance of selecting a broad-spectrum sunscreen to protect the skin against skin cancer and early aging, and suggested that adding antioxidants could be a key approach in...
Nanoparticles containing calcium could offer hope to the millions of people across the globe who suffer from skin allergies to Nickel, thanks to a solution preventing the element from making its way into the body.
Scientists are looking into hair-coloring techniques of the future, including nano-sized colorants and substances that stimulate the genes to produce melanin pigment that colors hair, according to a study published in the American Chemical Society Journal.